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Club Notes 2/12/19

Posted in Development, Hurling, Results, Uncategorized on December 2, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

St. Patricks GAA Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting of St. Patricks GAA club will be held in the clubrooms at Anner Park Cloneen at 7.30 on Friday December 6. We invite all players to attend as we plan for 2020.

Sean Gael Awards Congratulations to John Duggan on being awarded a Sean Gael award on Sunday week last in the Dome in Thurles. These awards are given out annually by the Co. Board to people who have given outstanding service to the GAA over a long number of years. We congratulate John and thank him for his contribution to St. Patricks over the last 60 years.

Munster Champions Congratulations to Presentation Secondary School Ballingarry on their victory in the Munster under 16 ½ Munster Hurling Final played in Bansha on Tuesday week last when the team backboned by 5 St. Patricks players defeated Kilfinnane 1-10 to 1-9. Aidan Fitzgerald captained the team from wing forward. Other St. Patricks players were Goalkeeper Danny Broderick, Wing Back Jack Cleere, Midfielder Cian Crannitch and Corner Forward Ryan Crannitch. Also on the panel were: James Ryan, Bill Cuddihy, Pat Moroney, Daithi Hogan, Willie Cleere and James Hogan. Another panel member was Jamie Brett who was at home sick on the day of the final. Thanks to all the St. Patricks supporters who braved the bad weather to support the team in Bansha

Club Notes 4/11/19

Posted in Development, Football, Hurling, Results on November 4, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 21 Hurling Our U21 Hurlers were in first round action last Monday when they took on Ballybacon/Newcastle in Monroe. With a young team out on the field we fought well but came up short in the end on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-7. The team on the day was: Conor Duggan, Sean Ryan, Barry O Dwyer, Pauric O Brien, Michael Boland, Eoin Ryan, Harry Butler, Cathal O Mahoney, Conor Harrington, Stephen Crotty, Ross McCormack, James Fitzgerald, Matt McCormack, Jamie Broderick, Tommy O Brien, Mikey O Brien, Ben Hennessy.

Under 21 Hurling Fixtures Sunday November 17 in Newcastle at 12.00 Anner Gaels V Cahir Sunday November 24 in Cahir at 12.00 Anner Gaels V Skeheenarinky

London Senior Hurling Championship Hard luck to Paul Horan who was a member of the St Gabriel’s team who were beaten by a point after extra time in the London Senior Hurling Final.

Under 8 Football Tournament
On Monday week last October 28 four teams played for the Tom Keane Cup in Anner Park Cloneen.
In the semi finals St. Patricks defeated Mullinahone and Fethard defeated Grangemockler. The Shield final was then played with Mullinahone defeating Grangemockler. Mullinahone captain Dylan Quirke was presented with the Paddy Gleeson Shield by Jimmy Gleeson a brother of the late Paddy RIP. Jimmy is a former secretary and treasurer of St. Patricks club and Paddy was a St. Patricks, Tipperary and Munster footballer.
Fethard and St. Patricks contested the final for the Tom Keane cup and St. Paticks were victorious and captain Billy Purcell was presented with the Tom Keane Cup by Chas Keane a son of the late Tom who was a former St. Patricks, Tipperary and Munster Footballer who won a Railway Cup Interprovincial football medal with Munster in 1949 when Munster defeated Connacht in the semi final and Leinster in the final replay.
Othe members of the victorious St. Patricks team were Mason Moynihan, Mark Carroll, Jack Ryan, Robbie O’ Brien, Rory O’Brien, Mikey O’ Brien, Paddy O’Brien, Michael Kenny-Casey, Rhys Davies, Joshua Lawrence, Eoin Keating, Evan Lawless, Liam O’Halloran, Ryan O’Neill, Daniel Lee, Jack Slattery. Bobby Clancy was unable to play on the day but is a regular member of this team. The selctors for the St. Patricks team were: Edward O’Brien, Mike O’Brien and John O’Brien who are all first cousins.
We thank the Keane and Gleeson families for their generosity. The games were refereed by prominent referee Philly Keane a former St. Patricks player and nephew of the late Tom Keane.

Club Notes 23/09/19

Posted in Hurling, Results on September 24, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 16 Hurling
On Monday week last our under 16 hurlers drew with Ballingarry in the South Tipperary Final played in Kilsheelan. Our boys had staged a great comeback and almost snatched victory. Due to the fading light it was not possible to play extra time so the replay was in Killenaule on Saturday last. Unfortunately our boys never reached the standard of the drawn game and Ballingarry were victorious by 3-15 to 2-5 retaining the South Tipperary
Under 16 B Hurling title which they had won in 2018 with a victory over Mullinahone
The team was: Danny Broderick, Eoin Fitzgerald, Ryan Crannitch, Pat Moroney, Evan White, Aidan Fitzgerald, Jack Cleere, Cian Crannitch, Bill Cuddihy, Cathal Foley, James Ryan, Jamie Brett, Daithi Hogan, Luke Fox, Kyle Colville, Brian O’ Halloran, Robbie Noonan, William Cleere.
We thank the players and their families for the great commitment to training they showed during the year which brought them to a South Football semi final and a South Hurling final. Thanks to team manager Liam Fitzgerald and his selectors Patrick Moroney, Nigel Cleere and Chris Foley.

Under 14 Hurling Shield
On this Sunday September 29 our under 14 hurlers play Ballingarry in the semi final of the Shield at 11.00 in Ballylooby. The winners play the final at 12.30 on the same day also in Ballylooby.

Club Notes 9/9/19

Posted in Football, Hurling, Results on September 9, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 14 Hurling
On Sunday last in Anner Park Cloneen our under 14 hurlers advanced to the semi final of the South Tipperary Under 14 B Hurling Shield with a victory over Skeheenarinka by 5-6 to 4-6. The team was: Conor Fitzgerald, Hayden Fleming, Conor Brett, Joe Traynor, Tom Ryan, Pat Moroney, Evan Holohan, Danny Broderick, Seán Nash, William Cleere, Daithi Hogan, Charlie Noonan, Seán Fitzgerald, Diesel Outram, Oran Gahan, Nathan Gleeson, Keelan Strappe, John Carroll, Dylan Meagher. The semi final against Ballingarry will be played on this Sunday morning at 11.00 in Ballylooby wth the final at 12.30 on the same day.

Under 16 Football
On Monday week last our under 16 footballers were defeated by Clonmel Óg by 4-13 to
1-8 in the South Tipperary Semi Final played in Kilsheelan.
The team was:Brian O’Halloran, Eoin Fitzgerald, William Cleere,Evan White, Bill Cuddihy, Cian Crannitch, Danny Broderick, James Ryan, Aidan Fitzgerald,
Cathal Foley, Luke Fox, Jamie Brett, Ryan Crannitch, Daithi Hogan, Kyle Colville, Robbie Noonan, William Cleere.

Under 16 Hurling
Our U16 Hurlers are in Semi Final action this Thursday against Grangemockler. Keep an eye on our Social Media outlets for further details of fixture.

Junior A Football
Our Junior A Footballers play Knockavilla this Tuesday evening in Cashel at 6:30.

Bereavement
We extend sympathy to Mrs. Betty McGrath Kilbury Cloneen on the recent death of her brother Paddy Tobin of Glenbower Grangemockler. The Tobins and the McGaths have been central to GAA activities in Grngemockler and Cloneen. May Paddy rest in peace.

Club Notes 5/08/19

Posted in Football, Hurling, Lotto, Results on August 5, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 6 Football And Hurling
Training for Under 6 football will continue at 7.00 every Wednesday in Drangan field Under 6 Hurling training every Saturday in Anner Park Cloneen at 10.00.

Under 14 Hurling
On Thursday evening last our under 14 hurlers were defeated by Kilsheelan-Kilcash in Anner Park Cloneen by 5-1 to 0-9. The team was: Conor Brett, Hayden Fleming, Pat Moroney, Joe Traynor, Tom Ryan, Danny Broderick, Evan Holohan, Daithi Hogan, Seán Nash, Seán Fitzgerald, Willie Cleere, John Carroll, Dylan Meagher, Liam Hennebry, Nathan Gleeson.

Under 16 Hurling
On Monday week last our under 16 hurlers defeated Fethard by 2-16 to 0-9 in Fethard GAA Park. The team was: Pat Moroney, Evan White, Luke Fox, Ryan Crannitch, Aidan Fitzgerald, Eoin Fitzgerald, Cian Crannitch, Bill Cuddihy, Cathal Foley, James Ryan, Robbie Noonan, Daithi Hogan, Jack Cleere, Willie Cleere.

Minor Hurling
On Wednesday week last our minor hurlers defeated Kilsheelan-Kilcash by 4-12 to 2-15.
The team was: Tyler McCormack, Keith Morrissey, Ciarán Moroney, Jack Cleere, Cian Crannitch, Cathal O’Mahoney, Páraig O’Brien, Richie Anglim, Aidan Fitzgerald, Micheál Quinlan, Ryan Walsh, Robbie Hackett, Cathal Neville, Darragh Hurley, Cathal Foley, Matt McCormack, Shane Neville, Luke Fox, Keenan Ahearne.

Under 12 D Hurling
On Monday week last our under 12 D hurlers made their exit from the championship at the hands of Fethard on a scoreline of 7-2 to 0-1. The team was: Conor Danagher, Donncha Foley, Jack O’Donnell, Liam Hennebry, Tiernan O’ Brien, Eoin Horan, Turlough Moroney, Matt Lawrence, Luke Power and Bobby Purcell. We thankthe players who gave us some great entertainment and let us see that we should face the future with confidence in our young hurlers.
Thanks to selectors Michael Danagher and Chris Foley and to the parents and grandparents who transported the players to training and matches.

Under 12 B Hurling South Quarter Final On Wed July 31 in Ballyporeen our under 12 B hurlers made their exit from the South Championship at the hands of a very strong local team Skeheenarinka. The team was: Oran Gahan, Nathan Gleeson,Cormac Duggan, Charlie Noonan, Tom Lee, Cathal Keane, Seán Fitzgerald, Michael Hayden, Eoin Morrissey, Liam Hennebry, Tom Ryan, Dane Outram, Eoin Horan. Thanks to selectors Liam Fitzgerald, Declan Morrossey and Jimpy Noonan for the work they put into preparing this team and also to the parents and grandparents who have driven the players to training and matches all over South Tipperary.

Under 14 B Hurling Play Off this weekend.

Under 16 Hurling Fixtures Mon Aug 26 in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V Killenaule

Minor Hurling Fixtures Wed August 7 Anner Gaels got a walk over from Ballybacon-Newcastle.

All Ireland Winner
Congratulations to Eamon Shanahan who helped Kerry to victory over Down in the Under 20 All Ireland B hurling Final on Saturday last in Navan. Eamon had lined out at corner back in Kerry’s victories over Wicklow in the Quarter Final and over Meath in the semi final both of which were played in Semple Stadium Thurles. Eamon’s mother is the former Miss Helen Moroney of Ballynennan.

St. Patricks GAA Lotto
Lotto Results Tuesday July 30 Numbers drawn 1,6,116,20
No Winner and no match 3 winners

4 lucky dips of €25 each Anne Cotter, c/o H.Hogan, Cormac Duggan, Helen Hogan and Conor Barry

2nd chance lotto for €1,000 Numbers drawn 2,13,23,26 no winners

Next jackpot on the August 13 for €13,800 and promoters prize of €250 ….so keep selling and buying those tickets as all proceeds go back into our St. Patrick’s club. Thanks for all your support.
Lotto results Tuesday July 16 Numbers Drawn 3,15,16,17. No jackpot winner.
1 match 3 winner, Imelda St. John Moonverrin €100.

Please support as all proceeds go back to your local lotto club and community.
As usual at this time of the year The GAA Lotto Committee made presentations to local voluntary groups who make a valuable contribution to Drangan and Cloneen. This year €300 each was presented to Drangan Tidy Towns, Cloneen Tidy Towns and the Drangan-Cloneen Heartsafe Group who provide 3 Defibrilators in the parish and also arrange training for over 60 local people who are available to use the Defirilator when needed.

All are welcome to attend the Lotto Draw in the clubrooms at Anner Park at 9.00pm. You can now play St. Patrick’s GAA Lotto by logging onto our website “stpatsgaa.ie” and also receive our free fortnightly newsletter. This may be of special interest to those with family or friends away from home.
We are very grateful to Paul O’ Halloran of O’ Hallorans Gala Shop, Drangan and also to Matt Murphy of Slievenamon Meats, Drangan who have both kindly sponsored the printing of our tickets. We sincerely thank everyone who plays our lotto as it finances the running and development of our clubs.

Club Notes 22/07/19

Posted in Football, Hurling, Lotto, Results on July 22, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Under 6 Football And Hurling
Training for Under 6 football will continue at 7.00 every Wednesday in Drangan field Under 6 Hurling training every Saturday in Anner Park Cloneen at 10.00.

Under 14 Hurling
On Thursday evening last our under 14 hurlers were defeated by Fethard in Anner Park Cloneen by 5-12 to 2-4. The team was: Conor Fitzgerald, Hayden Fleming, Conor Brett, Nathan Gleeson, Sean Nash, Pat Moroney, Evan Holohan, Daithi Hogan, Danny Broderick, Keelan Strappe, Robbie Noonan, Charlie Noonan, Diesel Outram, Willie Cleere, John Carroll, Dylan Meagher, Liam Hennebry. It was great to see Dylan Meagher back in action following an injury suffered in The Primary Schools Co. Final in Semple Stadium. Unfortunately Oran Gahan has joined Mike O’Dwyer on the injured list.

Under 12 B Hurling Fixtures Mon July 29 St. Patricks play the South Tipperary Quarter Final

Under 14 Hurling Fixtures Thurs July 25 in Anner Pk. Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V Ballingarry Thurs Aug 8 in Anner Pk. Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V Kilsheelan-Kilcash

Under 16 Hurling Fixtures Mon July 29 in Fethard at 7.00 Fethard V St. Patricks Mon Aug 5 in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V Ballingarry Mon Aug 19 in Anner Park Cloneen at 7.00 St. Patricks V Killenaule

Minor Hurling Fixtures Wed July 24 in Mullinahone at 8.00 Anner Gaels V Kilsheelan-Kilcash Wed August 7 in Fethard at 7.30 Anner Gaels V Ballybacon-Newcastle

Junior A Football
Our Junior A Hurlers and Footballers were both in action last week. Our Footballers were first up when they played Killenaule in the Semi final of the County Football League. Unfortunately we came up against a very strong Killenaule team and beat us on the night on a scoreline of 2-17 to 0-7. The team on the night was: Richie Needham, Shane Gorey, Colm Dunne, Barry O’Dwyer, Ciaran Mockler, Paddy Moroney, Eoin Ryan, Mark Mullally, Conor Duggan, Aidan Buckley, Joey Noonan, Darren Boland, Robbie Meagher Tony O’Brien,Michael Boland, Conor Clancy, Willie O’Brien, Declan Morrissey, Cameron Moynihan,Sean Ryan,

Junior A Hurling
Our Junior A Hurlers were next up when they played Ballingarry last Saturday evening in Fethard. Nothing only a 6 point win or better would do us to get to the knockout stage of the Championship. Things were not looking good for us when we went 5 points down half way through the first half. However a goal from Joey Noonan helped us to get back level at half time 1-7 each. It was point for point for the first 15 minutes of the second half until a second goal from Joey Noonan gave us a lead which we would not relinquish. Further points gave us the 6 point lead we needed. We endured a nervy end to the game but we managed to hold on and get the win we needed. We have now qualified for the knockout stage of the championship. No fixture has been made yet. The team on the night was : Willie O’Brien, Conor Gorey, Eoin Ryan, Paddy Moroney, Ciaran Mockler, Mark Mullally, Nicky Kearney, Colm Dunne, Richie Needham, Aidan Buckley, Conor Duggan, Robbie Meagher, Shane Gorey, Tony O’Brien, Joey Noonan, Conor Clancy, Jamie Broderick, Darren Boland.

St. Patricks GAA Lotto
Lotto results Tuesday July 16 Numbers Drawn 3,15,16,17. No jackpot winner.
1 match 3 winner, Imelda St. John Moonverrin €100.

2nd chance lotto for €1,000 numbers were 8, 11,12,28. No winner. Next draw Tuesday July 30 for jackpot of €13,600. Please support as all proceeds go back to your local lotto club and community.
As usual at this time of the year The GAA Lotto Committee made presentations to local voluntary groups who make a valuable contribution to Drangan and Cloneen. This year €300 each was presented to Drangan Tidy Towns, Cloneen Tidy Towns and the Drangan-Cloneen Heartsafe Group who provide 3 Defibrilators in the parish and also arrange training for over 60 local people who are available to use the Defirilator when needed.

All are welcome to attend the Lotto Draw in the clubrooms at Anner Park at 9.00pm. You can now play St. Patrick’s GAA Lotto by logging onto our website “stpatsgaa.ie” and also receive our free fortnightly newsletter. This may be of special interest to those with family or friends away from home.
We are very grateful to Paul O’ Halloran of O’ Hallorans Gala Shop, Drangan and also to Matt Murphy of Slievenamon Meats, Drangan who have both kindly sponsored the printing of our tickets. We sincerely thank everyone who plays our lotto as it finances the running and development of our clubs.

Bereavement
We extend sympathy to Mrs Joan O’Halloran on the recent death of her brother Rev. Fr. Noel Hanrahan. A native of Grangemockler Fr. Noel was a regular visitor to Drangan over the years and was well known to many parishioners. May he Rest in Peace.

Club Notes 3/6/19

Posted in Football, Hurling, Results on June 5, 2019 by St Patricks GAA

Juvenile GAA Church Gate Collection
St. Patricks Juvenile GAA Club will hold a Church Gate Collection in Cloneen on Saturday 22nd June before 7.00 mass and in Drangan on Sunday 23rd June before 11.00 mass. We ask for your generosity for our juvenile players who have already won a South under 12 football final this year as well as reaching the under 14 and under 16 South football semi finals.

Under 6 Football And Hurling
Training for Under 6 football will continue at 7.00 every Wednesday in Drangan field and Under 6 Hurling training every Saturday in Anner Park Cloneen at 10.00.

Under 12 B Football
On Saturday 11th May our under 12 B footballers were defeated by Boherlahan-Dualla in the Co. Tipperary semi final Final in New Inn. The team was: Eoin Morrissey, Mike O’Dwyer, Joey Fitzgerald, Cathal Keane, Oran Gahan, Seán Fitzgerald, Michael Cuddihy (Captain), Michael Hayden, Charlie Noonan, Cormac Duggan, Tom Ryan, Tom Lee, Nathan Gleeson, Eoin Horan. Due to illness Tom Lee was unable to line out and Dane Outram was away on holidays. We thank the players and selectors for the preparation they put in this year which won us our first South Final at this grade in over 15 years. Thanks also to the parents and grandparents who drove the players near and far over the last few months and to all our supporters.